Originally Posted by Apollo123
Hiya again :-)
As a rule of thumb they test for all of them, but you can ask them to test for it if they belive you had a risk.
the reason I asked was that at my first test (12 days after), they didn't do it. During the next testing (43 days after), the health doctor asked me if I ever had hep B testing, I said no and she said that I can have a test if I want. As hiv was my main concern at that time, I didnt really ask about hep B, what is the likelyhood of getting infected with it and the window period, and only a while after getting my negative results I started to wonder if I could have been still in the window period (at 43 day?). I read on the official uk hep B website that antibodies are produced and would show on the test after 4-6 weeks, but somewhere else I've read it's 90 days... Would you be able to advise which is correct?
As always, many thanks